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“UPPERCLASSMEN”~ POEM BY T.H.M~ WEEKLY SUNDAY INSPIRATION

The legacy of building the next generation of believers,
Is to create an environment that invites over- achievers,
To live our very best for God in the highest,
But to surrender ourselves within His classroom climate,
The compassion we show to ourselves and eachother,
Makes the enemy confused because he strives for us to hate one another,
The faith inside comes with many harsh lessons,
The grace inside us comes from God’s loving blessings,
The learning curve can only happen once the test is completed,
And we must go into it knowing we are already undefeated,
The subject at hand will look different to each one of us,
God created it so we would have a testimony to discuss,
The supplies and provision has been given to us to use,
Like an open book test that we gain the answer with certain clues,
We must continue to show up for class each day,
We are setting examples on how to live and how to pray,
The extra credit assignments tend to come with only one question,
“Do you choose to take up your cross and follow Christ, or do you feel it’s just a spiritual suggestion?”
We must remember that God already made the way for us to succeed,
God’s truth and promise is the heavenly school goal we all are able to achieve,
To become the leader in Christ we should all strive to be,
Is to always be a student of faith while learning obedience in life’s classroom exponentially.

“Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth.” 2 Timothy 2:15

Remember that God loves you always. You got this because God got us.

Sincerely,
Terryn Horton-Morton


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